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Joomla! is the mobile-ready and user-friendly way to build your website.
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can i create a table in Joomla powered website
Yes, the short answer is that you can indeed create tables in a Joomla site. Normally you would use simple "content items" where you can enter HTML code if you wish to create a table.

One of the most attractive features of Joomla is that you can also download additional components from third-party developers. Some are free and some you have to pay for. If you look on the main Joomla website, you will find the "Extensions Directory" that contains an enormous number of these. If you search there for "tables", you will find a good selection of components that are designed to create specific types of tables for various purposes. You should be able to find whatever it is that you have in mind to do.
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First I recommended you must us 1.5.21 then you got the more stable update that is quite friendly with all the mobile devices that you have been extend all the versions that you wants.Hope that helped you
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Hi maxwelljohny,

Happy to help but need a bit more information first. I'm a bit surprised that you're talking about version 1.5.25 if we're talking about Joomla. The latest version is 3.8.10 and, unless you have a particular reason for using something earlier, I would always opt for that.

Secondly, can you give a bit more info about your setup for a local server? It would be useful to know:
  • operating system
  • web server software
  • php version
  • database software

Regards, Lochman
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It's all in the template(the design) of the website, if this stry design it is unlikely that you get, you will need to remake it. Simply download a new template

really true ??That is fascinating post and thank you for sharing.
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Joomla is the best
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